- Casio Protrek Watches
Im considering buying a new watch, specifically a Casio Protrek so that family can then give it to me for Xmas rather than another wooly jumper or a 6th set of bike lights.
Just wondering if anyone on here have any real world feedback on the Pro Trek range ? Im certain that the ABC features will be very handy while I’m sitting behind a desk.Posted 4 years agoroperMember
I had one a few years ago. Unfortunately the light stopped working after 6 months and the thermometer and other sensors after a year. So really I ended up with a clunky £6 Casio watch. It has spent more time in a drawer than on my wrist.Posted 4 years ago
If you do get one I hope it lasts longer than mine did.cheekymonkey888Member
I bought a 2500 this year and it has been great. It works flawlessly and feels light considering the size. The moon phase function is my favourite. My only concern is the depth of the watch but the bezel has taken a few knocks but remains unmarked so far. For the money it is perfect as my daily watchPosted 4 years agov8ninetySubscriber
I’ve had it for a few years; it wasn’t cheap, (by my watch paying for standards; I know some people on here would consider it virtually disposable 😆 ) It’s survived a lot of abuse, but it is looking a little tired now. Bit disappointed that at the price point it still has plastic parts with a metallic finish that wears off in time. However it still works perfectly, and I really like it. Compass is good, and thermometer continues to be useful in proving that the house is too warm to MsV8…Posted 4 years ago
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